GP – Experienced in child & adolescent health | Competitive % of billings | Wollongong, NSW

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Djanaba Next Practice is a Child and Adolescent Medical Centre of Excellence, located in Wollongong, NSW.

Our supportive team will assist you to work to your maximum scope of practice, in a beautifully designed environment with the latest technology.

This is an exciting opportunity for both male and female GPs (FRACGP) with child and adolescent clinical experience to work within a Centre of Excellence dedicated to supporting our up and coming generations with their health.


  • Flexible working options: part-time, full-time, job share
  • Flexible working hours: the clinic will provide ‘shift-work’ options e.g. 0700-1100hrs, 1000-1700hrs, 1700-2100hrs, 1000-1600hrs Saturday and Sunday
  • Attractive work environment in the medical precinct, close to public transport with onsite parking
  • A collaborative team culture, with a focus on balance, self-care and wellbeing 
  • Competitive % of billings

About Djanaba Next Practice
Djanaba Next Practice is a collaboration between Ngaoara, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to child & adolescent wellbeing, and Next Practice, a growing national network of innovative, patient centred medical clinics. The Centre of Excellence represents an exciting opportunity for health professionals to join a team dedicated to better health outcomes for children and adolescents.

The CoE will deliver team based coordinated care, and provide co-located General Practitioners, Psychologists, Physiotherapists, visiting Pediatricians and nursing staff. Our tech platform will support staff to tailor medical care and health promotion messaging, specific to each patient’s health and social needs.

The initiative was founded and is led by Professor Ngiare Brown, a proud Yuin nation woman from the south coast of NSW. She is a senior Aboriginal medical practitioner with qualifications in medicine, public health and primary care, and has studied bioethics, medical law and human rights. She was the first identified Aboriginal medical graduate from NSW and was one of the first Aboriginal doctors in Australia.

Is giving back important to you?

For every consult, the Next Practice Next Aid program donates a necessary vaccine to someone in need in the developing world.

Djanaba Next Practice will also be supporting local impact activities and environmental initiatives.

Ready to hear more?

If you are looking for a new opportunity please reach out to to arrange a time to discuss further. 

We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply.

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